Human Relations Council hosts 'Collective Community Conversations'
-Three sessions on racism and justice via ZOOM-
The Dayton Human Relations Council, in collaboration with the National Conference for Community and Justice of Greater Dayton and the Gem City Market Co-op, will host Collective Community Conversations on Racism and Justice to address racial and social injustice issues that are affecting Dayton, the nation, and the world, while inviting participants to offer critically needed action steps.
The new series is designed for dialogue, information sharing and community building across race, perspective, background, and age. Community members, practitioners, and organizations are invited to attend and actively participate.
Each session will be a 90-minute ZOOM meeting. The first and second meetings will feature the following four break-out sessions: Alternatives to Policing; Racism as a Public Health Issue; Black Lives Matter and Allyship; and Self Care During Emotional Trauma.
The wrap-up session will be an opportunity for participants to join in a conversation about actions to create changes desired in Dayton and the world.
For more information, call the Human Relations Council at 937-333-1402.
Established in 1962 by the Dayton City Commission, the Dayton Human Relations Council works to influence and ensure a culture of fair treatment, inclusion, and equal access to opportunities for all who live, work, play, and gather in the city of Dayton. The Council provides civil rights enforcement; builds the capacity of minority-owned, woman-owned and small disadvantaged businesses; and administers community relations initiatives.